Family Court Forms

Apply to court to make arrangements for a child or resolve a dispute about their upbringing.

Apply for a 'child arrangements', 'prohibited steps' or 'speciic issues' order under the Children Act 1989.

Download the C100 Form or Apply Online

  C1 Form

Download the C1


  C1a Risk of Harm and Abuse

Provide supplemental information when making or responding to allegations of harm and domestic violence.

Tell the court about harm that you, a child or children have suffered or are at risk of suffering, or use the form to respond to any allegations made by the other person

Download the C1a



Make an application in existing court proceedings relating to children. Ask for permission to start proceedings, or to trequest an order or directions in existing proceedings, or to ask to join or leave proceedings.

Download Form C2


Application for an order authorising search for taking chatge of and delivery of a child.

Download the C3


Ask the court to order someone to give information about where a child is or who a child is with.

Download the C4



Respond to a court application about a child.

Give information to the court about an application that involves a child and names you as the respondent, including whether you agree or oppose the making of any order.

Download the C7


Apply to kep your contact details confidential from other parties in family pioceedings. You can ask the court to keep a child's contaqct details private as well as your own.

Download the C8


Apply for a Non-Molestation or Occupation Order. Ask the court to make an order protecting you and any relevant child from abuse or harassment by a named person, or to prevent them living in your home.

Download the FL401

  Form A

Give notive to your intention to proceed with an application for a financial order. Use the form A to start a request for a financial order in proceedings for divorce or ending a civil partnership.

Download the Form A

  Form E

Financial statement for a financial order (Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 / Civil Partnership Act 2004) / for financial relief after an overseas divorce etc:

Download the Form E

Philip Kedge is a retired police Chief Inspector and the founder and director of the McKenzie Friend UK Network. His aim is to take family court matters out of the hands of lawyers with an ethical business to reduce conflict and acrimony, to provide access to cost effective McKenzie Friend national services and to reduce the emotional harm to children.
Phil is the founder of the National
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